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A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January 14. 1761

Davies, Samuel

A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January 14. 1761

On the death of His late Majesty King George II. By Samuel Davies, A.M. late president of the College of New-Jersey. Published by request. To which is prefixed, a brief account of the life, character, and death, of the author. By David Bostwick, A.M. Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation in New-York.

by Davies, Samuel

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Published by Printed and sold by R. Draper, in Newbury-Street; and by Z. Fowle and S. Draper, at their printing-office in Marlborough-Street in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsBostwick, David, 1721-1763.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxii,[1],14-32p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18946328M

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A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January On the death of His late Majesty King George II. By Samuel Davies, A.M. late president of the College of New-Jersey. Published by request. To which is prefixed, a brief account of the life, character, and death, of the author.

By David Bostwick, A.M. Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation in New-York. Patrick Henry credits Samuel Davies with "teaching me what an orator should be." After the death of King George II, Davies delivered this sermon at Nassau Hall at the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) on Janushortly before his own death of consumption on February 4, A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January On the death of His late Majesty King George II.

by Samuel Davies () 55 editions published between and in English and German and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. More editions of A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, Janu on the death of His Late Majesty, King George II.: A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, Janu on the death of His Late Majesty, King George II.: ISBN () Softcover, Gale, Sabin Americana, A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall, Januon the Death of His Late Majesty King George II () Religion and Public Spirit: A Valedictory Address to the Senior Class, Delivered in Nassau-Hall, Septem () Hymns Adapted to Divine Worship () Sermons on Important Subjects, Volume 1.

Sermons on Important Subjects, Volume 2. As President of Princeton — which he spoke of as “a Seminary of Loyalty, as well as Learning, and Piety: a Nursery for the State, as well as the Church” (A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall, Januon the Death of His Late Majesty King George II []) — Davies delivered a discourse on the importance of cultivating a public.

Davies’ Sermon delivered at Nassau-hall, Januon the death of His late Majesty King George II. Published in Boston inthe book was in severe condition and needed restoration.

The sermon was disbound into signatures, treated and deacidified aqueously, and the leaves were mended with Japanese paper and resewn back together. The. Sermon Number 96 Sermon Number Sermon Number 49 * Sermon Number Sermon Number 12 The Reverend James Maury to Robert Jackson, 17 July On Education Chapter 6 Samuel Davies Little Children Invited to Jesus Christ, A Christmas-Day Sermon, A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall, Janu   Lest Blair’s oblique allusion to the portrait in his sermon be unclear, a foot- note in the published text advises readers that he is indeed “Alluding to the Picture of his late Majesty, in the College-Hall”; see Samuel Blair, An Oration Pronounced at Nassau-Hall, Janu ; On Occasion of the Death of His Late Majesty King George II (Woodbridge, N.J.: James Parker, ), 6.

On the Death of King George II by Samuel Davies (Delivered on Januat Princeton College. It is interesting to note that Davies himself died shortly after delivering this sermon, on February 4 at the age of ) "How the mighty hav. For a specific American reference to the English (or British) Israel.

see Samuel Haven, A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of King George the Second, and the Happy Accession of His Majesty King George the Third (Portsmouth, ), 7.

Samuel Davies, A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall. Janu Table of Contents. Part 1 Religion in Colonial Virginia: A Brief Overview Part 2 Family Religion and Private Piety Chapter 3 John Catlett Letter Chapter 4 A Lover's Epistle Chapter 5 A Father's Advice Chapter 6 William Byrd II: Biblical Notes, Part 7 Robert Paxton Chapter 8 Of Angels Chapter 9 Of Redeeming the Time Chapter 10 Of Christ's Crucifixion Chapter 11 Of Justice & Equity.

As President of Princeton — which he spoke of as “a Seminary of Loyalty, as well as Learning, and Piety: a Nursery for the State, as well as the Church” (A Sermon Delivered at Nassau-Hall, Januon the Death of His Late Majesty King George II []) — Davies delivered a discourse on the importance of cultivating a public.

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(Delivered on Januat Princeton College. It is interesting to note that Davies himself died shortly after delivering this sermon, on February 4 at the age of ) "How the mighty have fallen!" 2 Samuel George is dead. George, the mighty, the just, the gentle, and the wise.

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To which is prefixed, A Brief Account of the Life, Character, and Death, of the Author. By David Bostwick. First in a series on James. This message deals with principles for handling difficulties in our lives.

A Study of the Book of James Sermon # 1 “Bad Things Happen To Everybody” James “I heard a story of a man who was riding on a subway.Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only.

Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable. Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online.Samuel Davies (November 3, – February 4, ) was an evangelist and Presbyterian minister.

Davies ministered in Hanover County from tofollowed by a term as the fourth President of Princeton University, then known as the College of New Jersey, from to Davies was one of the first non-Anglican preachers in Virginia, and one of earliest missionaries to slaves in the.